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CES 2022: These top gadgets were showcased in the biggest event of the tech world, you should also know about them

Highlights

  • Top Launches of CES 2022
  • Many products introduced
  • No shortage of innovative gadgets at CES 2022

Consumer Electronics Show 2022 It’s just over. Like every time, many innovative gadgets were displayed this time too. This trade show is the biggest event for consumer electronics and tech companies. Of course, due to the epidemic, many big companies may not have participated in it, but CES 2022 There was no shortage of innovative gadgets. Today we are telling you about 10 innovative gadgets showcased at CES 2022.

Samsung Freestyle Projector
Samsung has introduced a new projector that turns a smart speaker and ambient lighting device into a lightweight portable device. Freestyle has a cradle that can be rotated up to 180 degrees. That is, users will not need a separate screen and can show videos anywhere. At present it has been launched in America. It is also likely to come in other markets including India.

heart rate bulb
America’s famous lighting company Sengled has introduced its latest product Smart Health Monitoring Light. It is a bulb with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support that can track health using radar technology. Users can track their sleep as well as heart rate, body temperature and other important things. At present, this bulb is still under development and is expected to be launched eventually in 2022.

LG Washing Machine: Will feel the need for detergent
The LG FX washing machine can sense load size, fabric type and soil level. It then automatically incorporates the required amount of detergent and adjusts the wash cycle for proper cleaning. Apart from this, it has been given an infrared sensor that accurately checks the temperature of the clothes during the drawing cycle and automatically adjusts the clothes to dry.

Asus Zenbook 17 Fold OLED
Although foldable laptops are not new, but Asus has made them more special. When this 17-inch laptop from Asus is folded, it becomes a 12-inch tablet. It has a powerful speaker system and a powerful processor. It may launch later this year and may come to India.

Kohler PerfectFill
Kohler created PerfectFill by using smart bath technology to create a smart drain, digital/app controller and bath filler. It goes up to the temperature of choice with a simple voice command or via an app. At present, there is no information about its launch in India, but it is to be launched in May.

headphone with air purifier
Ible has introduced the Airvida E1 a neckband that is equipped with a built in air purifier. Talking about the battery backup, it can last up to 8 hours when used as an air purifier and headphones. At the same time, if it is used only as an air purifier, then it lasts for 30 hours. Ible’s wearable air purifier can eliminate harmful airborne particles.

TCL Smart Glass

Smart glasses are not a new technology. Now TCL has refined the smart glasses experience. The TCL NxtWear Air supports 3D imagery. It has dual stereo speakers. It has two micro OLED displays and two interchangeable front lenses. Talking about the launch, it is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2022. However, there is no possibility of its launch in India.

Pozio Cradle: a charger that stops eavesdropping
Wireless chargers are quite popular. This charger uses Pozio patented technology that works in the background to prevent the always listening microphone in smart devices from listening to personal conversations. To charge the phone, the smartphone has to be placed in the Posio cradle. With this, it also immediately starts protecting the privacy of the users.

TP-Link Archer AXE200: For a better signal
TP-Link’s router automatically positions its antenna in a way that gives you the best signal for your device. The device can be launched later this year.

Samsung Eco Remote
Samsung’s remote can be charged with solar energy. The new Echo Remote can be charged via Radio Frequency Harvesting. That is, you can charge this remote through radio waves that come out of something like a Wi-Fi router.

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